Values of B737-500 Continue to Fall

November 2013
Aircraft Value News;11/4/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 22, p6
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The article discusses the effect of oversupply of B737-500 aircraft series as against lower demand by airline operators. It adds that this downward trend for demand has been going on for the last 5 years and this is attributed to the changing market structure and ageing life cycle of this fleet leading to lower demand. It also notes that the success of the B737-500 series in the 1990s was due to lack of competition. It also presents a table showing the vital statistics for this aircraft.


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